Board games at the Asian Games

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Board games were included as events during the 2006 and 2010 Asian Games. These games included chess, go, and xiangqi.

Events[edit]

Chess[edit]

Event 06 10 Years
Men's individual rapid X X 2
Men's team classical X 1
Women's individual rapid X X 2
Women's team classical X 1
Mixed team classical X 1
Total 3 4

Go[edit]

Event 10 Years
Men's team X 1
Women's team X 1
Mixed pair X 1
Total 3

Xiangqi[edit]

Event 10 Years
Men's individual standard X 1
Women's individual standard X 1
Total 2

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 China 5 7 3 15
2 South Korea 3 0 1 4
3 India 2 0 2 4
4 Uzbekistan 1 1 0 2
5 Kazakhstan 1 0 0 1
6 Vietnam 0 3 1 4
7 Philippines 0 1 0 1
8 Chinese Taipei 0 0 2 2
9 Iran 0 0 1 1
Japan 0 0 1 1
Qatar 0 0 1 1
Total 12 12 12 36

Participating nations[edit]

Chess[edit]

Nation 06 10 Years
Bahrain 3 1
Bangladesh 3 10 2
China 3 10 2
India 3 10 2
Indonesia 3 2 2
Iran 3 10 2
Iraq 6 1
Japan 3 3 2
Jordan 3 10 2
Kazakhstan 3 7 2
Kyrgyzstan 5 1
Laos 1 1
Lebanon 3 1
Macau 3 1
Malaysia 3 1
Maldives 6 1
Mongolia 3 6 2
Nepal 3 4 2
Palestine 3 1
Philippines 3 5 2
Qatar 3 9 2
South Korea 10 1
Sri Lanka 3 1
Syria 3 4 2
Turkmenistan 3 5 2
United Arab Emirates 3 4 2
Uzbekistan 3 8 2
Vietnam 3 10 2
Yemen 5 1
Number of nations 21 25
Number of athletes 63 156

Go[edit]

Nation 10 Years
China 10 1
Chinese Taipei 10 1
Hong Kong 4 1
Japan 10 1
Malaysia 10 1
Mongolia 2 1
North Korea 5 1
South Korea 10 1
Thailand 10 1
Vietnam 6 1
Number of nations 10
Number of athletes 77

Xiangqi[edit]

Nation 10 Years
Cambodia 2 1
China 4 1
Chinese Taipei 4 1
Hong Kong 3 1
Japan 2 1
Macau 2 1
Malaysia 2 1
Philippines 2 1
Singapore 1 1
Vietnam 4 1
Number of nations 10
Number of athletes 26

List of medalists[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]